Trent Ford as Scott
The son of a U.S. Navy test pilot and an English air stewardess, Trent Ford should have expected an interesting
ride. Despite attending 13 schools up to the age of 18,
Upon his MA graduation, Trent elected to test the depths of Los Angeles and saw quick success in both fashion and film; Starring alongside Mandy Moore in How to Deal made major inroads into the heart of teen America, landing him opportunities to represent Gap, Valentino and opposite Scarlett Johansson in a Calvin Klein campaign. At the same time, a run on the West Wing demonstrated he had lost no ability in dealing with more nuanced, mature roles.
Next followed roles that have moved him beyond being
witty eye candy to becoming a matured, composed actor, capable of many modes of expression. There are comedies- the deadpan, surreal
Park- winner of several film festivals and a turn as an absurd fop in the glossy 1/2 hour comedy, The Class directed by James
Burrows. How about a turn as a racist sociopath? No problem, say the makers of Life. To date, the most comprehensive demonstration